The rain continues on Guam. The idea tonight was to capture a fallen plumeria in the damp grass.
This is the view from our small, arched window that looks out on the small patch of jungle behind our condo.
I was trying to capture a bumblebee, but never quite got her in focus. These are the weeds she was visiting.
I've been finding a lot of nice flowers to photograph, but I'm hoping to get a rural Ohio farm scene before we depart.
We enjoyed another day in rural Northeast Ohio. These colorful cone flowers are in my mother in-law's yard.
It's our first full day in Ohio. I'm trying to get used to a new #365project workflow in a new time zone.
Plumeria trees are know for their flowers, obviously, but I think their branches and leaves are cool too.
I have photographed this tree several times, in various stages, but still don't know what it is. Google didn't help. Any ideas?
The flame trees are in bloom around Guam. This one has a bougainvillea growing through its branches.
The illuminated outline of the Bank of Guam building is reflected here in the calm Hagåtña River.
This morning glory vine (Ipomoea pes-caprae) was cascading over the coral and down to the ocean below.
My Googling skills let me down this time. I could not find the identity of this fruit. Do you have any ideas?